In Denver→Stay at: The Curtis Hotel. If you’re going to spend time in Denver, the Curtis is downtown and close to places like ESPN Zone, the 16th Street Mall (think Bricktown) Lower Downtown and several other attractions. The hotel has a pop culture theme and travel games you can buy. It’s quirky, fun and anything but boring. →Check out: The Downtown Aquarium. Lots of fish (including sharks) and an opportunity to snorkel in a huge tank filled with several species of aquatic life, including a 250-pound grouper. The staff emphasizes fun and education to keep it interesting. "The way to people’s heads is through their hearts,” dive safety officer Todd Hall said. →Also see: REI’s superstore. Everything skiers, boarders, hikers and climbers possibly could want. For those looking for fun, the converted brick warehouse-turned-empor- ium has a massive rock climbing tower.
Close by→Ski/snowboard at: Winter Park. Owned by the city of Denver, Winter Park has 3,000 acres with runs for all skill levels. Mary Jane, which is part of Winter Park, is a place reserved for expert skiers. Being so close to Denver, Winter Park’s renowned ski school has trained countless Colorado skiers.
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